CAVS beta 2.0 e-mailscanner works extremely slow with Eudora.
2 minutes for a mail of 14 kb.
Is there something I can do?
How to configure it for thunderbird?
It just stops when i tell Thb to fetch new e-mails.
Nothing happens, the scan logo is visible in the right bottom corner, but the next thing to happen is that i am logged out from the server because of time.
I think i have written about five questions on the same subject, why is the e-mail scanner so slow?
But i haven’t recieved any answers. And others with the same question dont have any answers, neither.
The first question was asked for about three weeks ago.
What good is a forum with no answers?
Or mabe You have no answers?
I suppose there will be no answers. Well then, the conlusion is obvious: “I cant recommend this program. No support and bad performance.”
I only have a problem on one computer with CAVS email scan and this is with outlook express. It works fine on both computers with Thunderbird - though I had to tick the box in Thunderbird settings to ‘allow antivirus software to quarantine individual incoming messages’. Seems to work ok once this is ticked and firewall configured to allow full access to CavEmSrv.exe.
I have disabled the CAVS2 email scanning on the computer where I use outlook as the email scanner slows the downloading of mail with outlook express. I use CFP3 with defence+ active so this does not worry me.
I have email scan active on the other pc as it works great with Thunderbird on this pc. I am patiently waiting for CAVS3 to be released - this will be a completely different ball game to CAVS2 and hopefully will work seamlessly alongside the latest firewall.
Thanks for your answer. I have the setting with quarantain already. But what is this about allowing
firewall to allow full access to CavEmSrv.exe? I have a hardware firewall, so there is nothing about allowing acess to .exe files, and FULL acess is not even in question for ANY program. I have given acess to CavEmSrv.exe to some ports, but it does not help.
Is there something i have not seen?
Of course, it is always possible to disable the e-mail scanner. Thats how i solved the matter for now. But it feels like a defeat.